How to add Cisco ISE to EVE-ng

We will help you to add Cisco ISE to Eve-ng in the easiest way. Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) is a next-generation identity, access control, and policy platform that enables enterprises to enforce compliance, enhance infrastructure security and streamline their service operations. The unique architecture of the Cisco ISE allows enterprises to gather real-time contextual information from networks, users, and devices.

Today, Cisco ISE is present in almost all enterprise networks. By adding Cisco ISE in eve-ng, you can practice for your certifications, learn, test before implementing changes in the production environment, and test your designs.

Follow the below steps to add Cisco ISE to eve-ng-

1. Download Cisco ISE image
2. Create the Cisco ISE directory in EVE-ng
3. Use Filezilla/SCP to upload the Cisco ISE image to Eve-ng
4. Fix the Permission
5. Add the Cisco ISE node to Eve-NG and Enjoy

1. Download Cisco ISE image for eve-ng

Table shows supported images for eve-ng. These images are tested and verified in the lab.

EVE Image NameDownloaded FilenameVersionvCPUsvRAMConsoleHDD
ise-2.7.0.356.SPAise-2.7.0.356.SPA.x86_64.iso2.7.0.356416384vnc/httpsvirtioa
ise-3.0.0.458.SPAise-3.0.0.458.SPA.x86_64.iso3.0.0.458416348vnc/httpsvirtioa

To download the Converted Cisco ISE image for Eve-ng.

Download

2. Create the Cisco ISE directory in EVE-ng

Login to your Eve-ng and create the directory for the Cisco VIRL image as shown below.

mkdir /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/ise-2.7.0.356.SPA

3. Use Filezilla/SCP to upload the Cisco ISE image to Eve-ng

Upload the downloaded image to the EVE using for example FileZilla or WinSCP to: /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/ ise-2.7.0.356.SPA /

4. Fix the Permission

Use below command to fix the permissions. After fixing the permission open Eve-ng GUI and check the node by adding it.

/opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl_wrapper -a fixpermissions

5. Add the Cisco ISE node to Eve-NG and Enjoy

Now you can open lab and your image will be visible under nodes Cisco ISE

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